The Comprehensive Evaluation of Non-intellectual Factors in Quality-oriented Education

Shaosong Wan

Abstract


This article adopts the theory of system engineering and fuzzy mathematics. Making the subjective concept transform into the quantitative standard, establish the comprehensive evaluation model of non-intelligence factors in quality-oriented education, and apply this model to specific analysis of quality-oriented education in colleges and universities. We select five factors of the non-intelligence factors that are closely related to the equality-oriented education. Results show that the comprehensive evaluation model can accurately and scientifically reflect the level of non-intelligence factors of the assessed object. It provides scientific guidance for evaluation and enables educators to develop students’ abilities with the evaluation results.

Keywords


Quality-oriented education; non-intellectual factors; comprehensive evaluation


DOI
10.12783/dtssehs/eemt2017/14553

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